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Generally speaking, it is very difficult for someone to steal your stocks unless you possess the actual securities themselves.
If you can prove that someone actually stole the paper securities and can identify the value of the assets then you may be able to use IRS Code Section 165 to deduct the losses as a Casualty Theft Deduction; a Schedule A itemized deduction.
If your loss was suffered in the open market then it is most likely a Capital Loss; a Schedule D deduction.
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